Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee

Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee Moving to Netflix; New Jerry Seinfeld Stand-Up Specials Also on the Way

Jerry Seinfeld will be putting his coffee and gas on Netflix’s tab moving forward.

Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee — Seinfeld’s long-running web series about exactly what you think — is making the leap from Crackle to Netflix after wrapping Season 9, our sister site Deadline reports. A new 24-episode season is expected to premiere on Netflix in 2017, at which point all previous episodes will also be available to stream.

This deal also includes two new Seinfeld stand-up specials, as well as additional scripted and non-scripted programming developed by the comedian.

“Jerry is known the world over as both a great TV innovator and beloved comic voice,” Ted Sarandos, Chief Content Officer at Netflix, said in a statement. “We are incredibly proud to welcome him to the Netflix comedy family.”

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8 Comments
  1. Jason says:

    Well, that’s not good for Crackle. Comedians was the only thing I even watched on that streaming service.

  2. Lauren says:

    Good. Crackle always has terrible video quality on our TV, even though Hulu and Netflix look good. I only watched Seinfeld’s show anyways.

  3. Pamela says:

    Definitely the right move.

  4. Natalie says:

    So it used to be free & now I have to pay to watch it? uhhh…not feeling the love..

  5. Walkie says:

    24 episodes? That doesn’t sound right.

  6. pickles says:

    Man, they cancel Longmire and Bloodline then they fill it with overpaid actors and comedians.